One of the most courageous things you will ever see on a running track ! In my opinion





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Published on Oct 6, 2010

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If you can outrun a black man, there's nothing you can't do.
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Jessica Puglisi
I don't understand how this is honorable or courageous. He won a race. It's great that he won and it definitely shows determination and hard work, but that doesn't really have anything to do with honor. I guess he was courageous for trying but.. I don't know, I just don't see it. (Please don't rip into me. If someone would help me to understand NICELY, it'd be appreciated)
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Kevin Heikkila
I don't think it has anything to do with "courage". It has to do with determination, strength, ability and perseverance.
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Like if you nearly cried watching this.
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John Redhead
long distance running is fucking hard
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Tyler Lazar
For people that understand how this is inspirational, I completely understand.  This is a very niche type of courage that mostly distance runners would probably understand.  It is so hard to race from the front.  Everyone's coming at you, and you have no one to chase down, which normally results in the lead runner falling back eventually.  Coming from a runner that has lead and lost the race multiple times, I understand how impossible it is to accelerate like that after holding the lead.  The fact that he was defy those odds in the last 100 was incredible.  
Leila Cherradi
The music is wonderful here!
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Jason Marcel
The guy won the race. So what? That's not courageous. This is a misleading video.
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A great race but he must have just decided with like 200m that that was how he was going to pace it which that said in the kowledge that he perhaps wasnt the greatest sprinter is actually a really hard thing to do to decide your going to take someone on at there own game. when I use to run competitively(no where near as quick as this ) Ive been in the same possition and on one or 2 occasions it has worked out for me. Alot of it is mind games and altough someone can over take you looking strong it doesn't mean that they aren't flagging on the inside
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"ADRIAN!!!!!! ADRIAN!!!!!!!"
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